Hi Charlotte! Great to hear from you. It was a pleasure working with you, and I am so pleased to see you made the time to post such a nice review of the designs and installation we provided.
You mentioned how big the walk-in looked after it was re-designed. One of the keys to making a walk-in feel bigger is to not put hanging clothes on one or both sides immediately as you enter the closet. Placing shelving on the side(s) as you enter the space provides a wider opening to the closet, keeping the doorway clear of clothes. Putting hanging clothes across the rear wall (usually double-rods if practicable), uses the depth afforded by a walk-in without cramping the space at all. Kwik Kloset's curved rods and shelves make great use of the corner(s) and make every garment accessible - no more ridiculous intersection hanging bars crossing over one another in the corners (what are these builders thinking?!?).
Jenna is the daughter of one of Kwik Kloset's earliest franchisees, and has been installing our closet organizers since January 2006. She is the most meticulous installer of closet cabinets etc. you can find. No, really. She will stay and work late into the night to make sure everything is just so - all components of the organizer secure, every extraneous hole capped, and everything wiped down, ready to load with clothes. All of our Spacemen do excellent work (or they wouldn't still be Spacemen), but Jenna gives her work that extra touch, dare I say a female touch? Please don't write or call to complain if you think this is in any way sexist, I mean it has a compliment to Jenna, not a stereotypical observation :).
Thanks again Charlotte - enjoy your newly-organized home!